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About Bite of Baltimore
Bite of Baltimore is the the premier Food Tour in Baltimore City. Look us up, and book your experience on our website! Use discount code "shopsmall" to take advantage of a 10% savings! What's a food tour? Simple - it's a walking tour with focus on history community, and culture in one of our amazing neighborhoods. With that tour is a progressive dinner that highlights the cuisine of the neighborhood! You walk, you learn, you laugh, and you eat and drink. It's perfect! We're the only food tour owned by locals, and we provide the best historical stories, as well as the finest cuisine. Our tour guides will share with you all the hidden secrets of our city, and serve a meal to remember. Our Fells Point tour focuses on the colonial roots of Baltimore, and highlights MD Cuisine. Yum! Our Mt. Vernon tour focuses on post 1812 development, and the Industrialists that pushed Baltimore to the forefront. We serve a finer-dining multi-ethnic cuisine. Super yum!! Join us for a Food Tour!
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Laura C wrote a review Mar 2020
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Our tour with Zack was quite enjoyable, He shared plenty of history and entertaining anecdotes about Baltimore and the Mt. Vernon neighborhood. The food choices were excellent, and Zack had a good rapport with the restaurant personnel.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Blaque1986 wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom25 contributions6 helpful votes
I'm going to try and give a fair and balanced review of my particular tour. Our tour guide was Rich I think and one of the things I noticed early on was that normally with tours the guide will have people introduce themselves to break the ice and make it less awkward, I mean we are going to be with each other for a few hours - This was not the case. It also wasnt helped by the fact that he seem to gravitate more to the "couple from syracuse" and the "father / daughter couple with the dad from Philly". Limited attention seemed to be paid to everyone else which set the mood as a little weird. I will commend the "couple from syracuse" who I think did pick up on the dynamic and made efforts to engage with everyone which made it less clique-y. Towards the end, Rich did try to be more inclusive but it felt a bit forced but this was my perception and may not have been the same for others. Now to the food - The first stop was a shared charcuterie board - the layout was a long table which made it hard to interact with the group as you could only really talk to those next to you. That's not necessarily a fault with the tour but could be reviewed with the location. Second stop was a tasty crab cake with al dente broccoli and some potato wedges. Though we had a nice table, the atmosphere was somewhat dulled by a large group on another table who were extremely loud. Again not necessarily a fault of the tour but thought that maybe the establishment might have asked them to quiet down slightly as they were now not the only group dining there. Third stop was thai food and drink. I liked that this was included as it showcased the diversity of the area . They were also very very accommodating offering to create a tofu version and coconut version of their tea for someone who was vegan. Fourth stop was at a cool bar, Rye, for a cocktail - in my opinion this may have been a better last stop as we could admire the artwork, talk with others (even though we were sat in different sections) and potentially stay and drink some more. The last place was something "Social" where we had creme brulee, a cupcake and some ice cream with mojitos. The vibe here was nice esp at the time we went but it felt like Rye might have been a better option to end at. I appreciate that logistically it makes sense. All in all the food was good and I didnt need to eat until early afternoon the following day but I think the initial meet up needed to be really improved as that is what has led me to mark down scoring
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Hannah R wrote a review Mar 2020
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Awesome food and drinks. Interesting information learned about the city of Baltimore. Led by Rich and Sean, both great a personable guides :)
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Kathy M wrote a review Feb 2020
Emmitsburg, Maryland30 contributions21 helpful votes
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Perfect day to walk around the Mt. Vernon area of Baltimore, learn some history, and taste some different foods. Knowledgeable, friendly guide. Well worth the money.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Luis V wrote a review Feb 2020
Puerto Rico5 contributions
A new concept of food sharing. The drinks were very good. The ambiance was excellent. The place was not crowded and the service was prompt and complacent.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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